Our Daily Spread for June 21, 2011

Jun 21, 2011 by

Advice is about priorities, about not losing the most important relationship, business, interview … anything. Do your part fair and square as agreed or be very sorry when you lose the business, lose the relationship, that was really important and should have been the focus of polite attention. Sometimes you must make it work; some struggles cannot be lost. Being too pushy can lose you the business when negotiating.


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*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below. At least one of those sentences has something to say to you. Pick those out. They are about you and the people around you. They are about today and the days around it. (It is a group message like a horoscope, except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data, so it can be specific, accurate, detailed and direct. Our experiment here is “How much more accurate is it?”)

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Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute. The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information!


Five of Cups

Knight of Pentacles, Three of Pentacles, Seven of Wands

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

Relationship Perspective

He is faced with doing his part in this relationship or losing it, and he knows it.

He feels unworthy which impels him to make having this relationship a priority.

This tough guy feels like doing his part is losing, and he resists it with all his might.

He feels he is a loser unless he makes this relationship work no matter what.

Focusing on past failure, he has to have an agreeable relationship with you now.

He tries so hard, and he gets depressed about these relationships.

Now that he sees how pushy he is in their relationship, he is sorry.

Aim to make this relationship work in spite of the odds of failure.

When he knows he has lost her, he tries his damnedest to get together with her.

It’s depressing how everything is against having the one relationship he intends to have.

Business Perspective, Contracts and Agreements

There is one regrettable part where this business is a challenge.

They know he has lost his money so they force him to do business with them.

You lost your money and they aim to make you pay as agreed.

This one party is taking the loss as it protests the contract.

He is the one losing money in the contract, performing under protest.

They insist he can perform the contract that he knows he cannot live up to.

He fails to perform his part in their agreement, knowing they will raise hell.

This one guy was forced to agree to take the whole loss.

Being too pushy is going to lose their business for sure.

He is sorry for that rude, pushy outburst in the meeting.

This is the most important client he deals with: He can’t lose that one!

Other Perspectives

You try too hard to make a good impression in the interview, and wish you had not.

(He) is engrossed in mourning his loss and will not meet with them.

Face it: Everything is against you guys – it’s depressing.

They pressured him to do this with them when (they) knew he would be sorry.

He raises hell in the meeting about that one big regrettable loss.

Ambitious man must close this one deal or lose it all.

Sorry I ever did business with this mouthy loser.

His circle of friends is rising up against him, he is losing them, he sees.


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Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

At a glance, we are talking relationship or contract, and it’s from the man’s perspective. Why? Oh, easy: There’s the famous relationship/deal/contract card in the center. On either side of it is a fellow. To the left, he is focused on one thing, or is the focus of something. To the right, he is protesting, trying hard, or raising hell. Above is a loss, mourning or regret.

Knight of Pentacles and Five of Cups are engrossed or preoccupied. The Knight of Pentacles in Rider Waite ‘has one thing on his mind,’ and the Five of Cups can’t get over a loss of the past or is mourning.

You could also say that Knight of Pentacles and Seven of Wands are both forceful men, perhaps punks.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Knight of Pentacles focuses on that one important thing, or he is the one thing who is the focus: He is the one who … This fellow has an edge to him. As I said, he and the Seven of Wands have a punk vibe in common.

His illustration shows a short somewhat stout muscled fellow with that stare that emits an ‘eau de low class’ whether he is that or not. He is muscle. And so is his horse!

Three of Pentacles The deal, the relationship, the circle, the contract, the agreement. The meeting, the interview, the closing, the business being done. Its illustration in Rider Waite shows a real estate transaction: The architect’s final inspection before that final payment, the big one.

Seven of Wands “No, they can’t take that away from me.!” Being pressured, accused, put on the spot, faced with losing (turf). Being pushed or being the pushy one, either way. (Most Rider Waite situations can represent either side of the action.) We see a fellow whose neighbors have come against him to claim his land unexpectedly: His shoes don’t match, and he is in his night-dress or undergarment.

Five of Cups Oh, woe is me. A sickening loss, mourning a death, missing a loved one. Losing. Losing and being stuck on the loss regardless of what is still left. Preoccupation with regrets. The bent black robed figure, the gray skies, the spilled wine.


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  1. Brittney

    Hey Emily, I’m a hopeless romantic so I love the romance part of this spread, and it happens to apply to past readings that I have had with you regarding my love life. The business part could have something to do with the insurance business I work in and an agent trying to make a sale. I’ll have to pay closer attention to that as the day goes on…

  2. Win Freeman

    “Fair and square”…

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